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Display images on a kitty terminal with optional resizing.

Project description

pixcat

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Display images on a kitty terminal with optional custom/thumbnail/fit-to-screen resizing.
Developed with the goal of being a more powerful alternative to kitty icat, while also providing an usable Python 3.6+ API.

Usage

Basic CLI examples:

pixcat fit-screen --enlarge /tmp/abc.jpg

pixcat thumbnail --size 128 --align left 'https://picsum.photos/480?random'

pixcat resize --min-width 1920 --min-height 1080 \
              --max-width 1920 --max-height 1080 \
              ~/images/wallpapers 1.jpg 2.png

The commands and options have short forms too.
See pixcat --help for more information.

Same examples using the Python package (no documentation yet):

from pixcat import Image

Image("/tmp/abc.jpg").fit_screen(enlarge=True).show()

Image("https://picsum.photos/480?random").thumbnail(128).show(align="left")

for i in Image.factory("~/images/wallpapers", "1.jpg", "2.png"):
    i.resize(1920, 1080, 1920, 1080).show()

Installation

Requires Python 3.6+, tested on GNU/Linux only.

pip3 install --upgrade pixcat

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